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17. Owl, by Desmond Morris
18. Spider, by Katarzyna Michalski
19. Rhinoceros, by Kelly Enright
20. Parrot, by Paul Carter

More of the same, really. I especially liked Owl, because I love owls. Spider was hard to read, since I hate spiders and there were waaaaaaaaay too many pictures for my taste. Parrot was somewhat dull: too much of that philosophical rambling. If it were much longer, I wouldn't have finished it.

21. Beans: A History, by Ken Albala

I think this may be the first non-Reaktion food history I've read this year. Very enjoyable. It made me hungry for chili, which is good in a book about beans. And I did make chili, and it was good. At any rate, it's divided into chapters based on type of bean, which means that some chapters were way longer than others. Probably the best way to do it, though.
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